Professor Jan Lerut has dedicated his professional life to transplant surgery, particularly liver and hepatobiliary surgery. In 2005, he founded the Starzl Transplant center in Brussels, Belgium. Under Professor Lerut’s leadership, the center has performed more than 2500 liver transplants (1,500 adults and 1,000 children) in addition to 4,000 kidney transplants.
Professor Lerut will deliver his acceptance speech during the President's Plenary session on Wednesday, September 14 during our TTS 2022 Congress being held in Buenos Aires from September 10-14, 2022.
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Dear colleagues and friends,
I am delighted to present you the 2020 Global report, the most comprehensive report that we have prepared so far, including data and information extracted from the Global Observatory on Donation and Transplantation (GODT).
On the one hand, this report presents the activity data on donation and transplantation at global, regional and country level, and also shows data related to the organ waiting lists, and donation and transplantation practices compared to the previous year, before the pandemic (2019).
I would like to highlight that the report addresses some pieces of information about legal aspects and organizational systems in place. This is the first time that this type of data are presented from 104 contributing Member States.
|Session 1: Qualifying a composite surrogate for long-term graft loss after kidney transplantation
|Session 2: RWE use in transplant clinical trials
|Session 3: Future endpoints in kidney transplantation
This survey focuses on issues encountered by physicians in day-to-day decision-making.
Your responses will aid TTS in developing strategies, programs and resources to better improve access and transparency in transplantation, with an emphasis on increasing deceased donor organ transplantation.
The information collected will also aid the work TTS is doing as part of our World Health Organization collaboration.
All responses will be kept confidential and anonymous.
The Asian Society of Transplantation will fund a research project that contributes to our understanding of the impact of sex and/or gender in transplantation using “Asian Society Transplant Registry-Women in transplantation-kidney transplantation (ASTREG-WIT-KT) data.”
ASTREG-WIT-KT is an online registry for data collection and analysis of gender disparity across Asia-Pacific countries. It was borne out of WIT's Pillar 2, which focuses on sex and gender research as it related to solid organ transplantation.
Any epidemiologic, clinical studies using this data will be considered for this grant.
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